Last weekend, more than 60 party officials of PzP (Movement for Changes) and young party activists from PzP’s Youth Network analysed and discussed conservatism on Lovćen Mountain in Montenegro.
This outdoor course aimed to educate young local officials and activists of PzP on the promotion of crucial conservative values in the media. Moreover, the course discussed the unique and irreplaceable democratic legitimacy of the nation-state and how to implement the principle of subsidiarity on the local, national, and supranational level.
It was the third and last module of PzP’s School of Modern Conservatism on conservative principals and values, such as the ideas of subsidiarity, liberty, private property, democracy, and the rule of law. The series of lectures and discussions was proudly supported by AECR.
AECR member PzP is a liberal-conservative political party; it aims at reforming Montenegro and integrating it into the European Union.